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Rules for choosing electives

Below is an overview of what may affect your choices and which electives you can choose.


If any of the courses you are assigned has a prohibited examination collision, the administration will assign you another elective unsolicited.

  • Electives will differ between the campuses

  • Prerequisites must be met

  • You cannot have been registered for the elective previously

  • Final examinations cannot collide

  • Time schedule should not collide

  • The course content cannot overlap with other courses in your Course Plan

Electives will differ between the campuses
The choice of elective courses are determined by the programmes and the campuses. Different campuses may schedule different electives.

Prerequisites must be met
(and you cannot have been registered for the course previously)

You have to satisfy any prerequisites for the course, please read the course description for more information.

Final examinations cannot not collide
Examination in the elective cannot collide with another examination in another course you are registered for.
 

Legal examonation collision

Examination with a duration for more than 72 hours.
(E.g. term papers with a duration for a week)
In these cases you will receive a warning on @BI of collision of examinations, but you will still be able to choose the elective.

Examinations lasting for more than eight days is not considered an collision of examinations, even if submission of examination is the same date as another examination or submission of examination. Therefore, you will not receive any warning about the collision of examination in these cases.

Illegal examination collision

Exams with a duration of 72 hours or less
(eg. written exam, multiple choice, 48- and 72-hour home exam).

You will not be able to choose the elective if the examination collides with examinations in other courses you are registered for.

Please note, the system can only check examination dates of the compulsory courses you are registered for. If you choose more than one elective, as part of your Course Plan, the dates and times of the examinations of the elective courses must be done by the students manually.

Time schedule should not collide

If the elective’s schedule collides with the schedule of other courses you are registered for, you will receive a warning about a collision of time schedule on @BI. You may still choose the course. Please check how many lectures that collides, and make a careful decision on whether it is sensible to choose the elective or if you should choose another.

Please note, the system can only check time schedules of the compulsory courses you are registered for. If you choose more than one elective, as part of your Course Plan, the dates and times of the lectures of the elective courses must be done by the students manually.

The course content cannot overlap with other courses in your Course Plan

Please check which semester you have elective courses in your Course Plan to see if there are electives available  on both the 2nd and 3rd year in order to plan a ahead.


Last Modified: 25/08/2016 13:27